Perth & Kinross

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An international contest offering the world’s best designers the chance to transform Perth City Hall has been officially launched. Last year Perth & Kinross Council voted to develop City Hall as a new cultural attraction as part of the city's bid to be UK City of Culture 2021, ending

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Proposals for the infrastructure projects which will benefit from more than £1.84 billion of planned investment as part of the Tay Cities Deal have been laid out in a submission document. Set out as a series of “asks” and “offers” across 100 pages, the Tay Cities Deal submission lists over

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(from left) Wayne Sutherland (hub East Central Scotland), Chris Coleman-Smith (Hoskins), council leader Ian Miller, Helen Smout (Culture Perth and Kinross), Andy Park (Ogilvie Construction), Martin Cooper (BAM Construction) Perth and Kinross Council is to invest £10 million in a major overhaul to P

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The start of major construction works on two new Perth & Kinross Council primary schools was heralded by a visit to each site today by Deputy First Minister and cabinet secretary for education John Swinney MSP. Mr Swinney will firstly visited Kinross Primary School before making a visit to Tullo

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Developers are ready to press ahead with the first phase of a 1,500-home project in Oudenarde near Perth, 20 years on from when it was first mooted. Perthshire developer GS Brown Construction has teamed up with Taylor Wimpey to submit an initial planning application for 159 two, three and four bedro

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The Scottish Cities Alliance has today announced the Smart City projects that will be taken forward in order to transform Scotland’s seven cities into world-leading digital hubs. The Alliance, which is the collaboration of Scotland’s seven cities and the Scottish Government, aims to use Smart Ci

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A previously submitted £100 million plan to expand Crieff Hydro has re-emerged after the hotel decided to re-submit the proposals. A detailed application for the ‘Crieff Hydro East’ project, which would see 200 holiday lodges, a 100-bed care home and assisted-living accommodation for a further

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Plans have been submitted for hundreds of homes at a brownfield site on the edge of Perth. Glasgow-based consortium Perth City West has outlined proposals for up to 270 new homes on the site of the former Perth Mart off Crieff Road.

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Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall has been appointed by Perth & Kinross Council to design and build a new road bridge over the Black Water. The original Bleaton Hallet Bridge was damaged beyond repair when the eastern abutment was washed away by the sheer force and volume of

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